Jack Smith uncovers secret Donald Trump phone call that’ll ensure he’s convicted in classified documents scandal

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DOJ Special Counsel Jack Smith has zeroed in on a phone call between Trump and his attorney that appears to nail Trump for obstruction of justice, per ABC News. If you’ve been wondering what Smith has been doing, he’s been uncovering things like this phone call that’ll help ensure Trump is convicted.

When criminal investigators enter the fray, they don’t know what incriminating evidence there even is. They don’t know that a phone call like this exists. They have to grill every lower level witness about everything they ever saw or heard, and piece together events until they for instance find out that Trump and his attorney spoke on the phone about hiding classified documents after a subpoena was sent. It’s also why investigators do things like subpoenaing criminal targets; it prompts them to make self-incriminating moves.

The DOJ needs someone around Trump to testify that Trump intentionally took / retained / hid classified documents, in order to remove Trump’s ability to use reasonable doubt to get acquitted at trial. From the start it was clear they’d need to crack one or more of Trump’s lawyers and turn them into a cooperating witnesses against him.

Now Smith is reportedly indeed on the verge of getting the courts to order Trump’s lawyer Corcoran to testify to the grand jury about this phone call – which will ensure that Trump not only gets indicted but also gets convicted.

This is the stuff that the DOJ has been expertly and painstakingly piecing together, while dummies on social media have been yelling “hurry up already” and “why is the DOJ doing nothing!”

By the way, the DOJ has been piecing all of this together against Trump since before Jack Smith was on board. It just takes a very long time to get from Point A to Point Z. But as we’re now seeing with the less complicated and more easily crackable cases in Manhattan and Fulton County, indictments do come in the end. And it’s worth building it right in order to get a conviction.

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